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**Check out the long touchdown run by former Penn Hills star quarterback Hollis Mathis.
💨 5️⃣6️⃣-yd TD run by Hollis Mathis! 💨
— William & Mary Tribe Football (@WMTribeFootball) September 28, 2019
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A win is a win pic.twitter.com/TVoeNihaj6
— Andre Powell (@CoachAPowell) September 28, 2019
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**Pitt gets an unofficial visit today from 2021 inside linebacker Dane Hogue (6’0”, 190) from Heath, Ohio. Hogue is looking for his first D1 offer.
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Today's Honorary Captain: Ejuan Price
– 4-Year Letterman
– Team Captain
– 2x 1st-Team All-ACC
– 2nd Team All-American (2016)
– Led ACC in Sacks in 2015
– Selected in 7th Rd of 2017 NFL Draft
– HOMETOWN HERO pic.twitter.com/PXoji4GOiH
— Pat Narduzzi (@CoachDuzzPittFB) September 28, 2019
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**Check out the highlights for Pitt 4-star 2020 wide receiver commit Aydin Henningham.
Check out my highlight – https://t.co/6xUQC7uarM
— Aydin “Alex” Henningham (@Underated_561) September 28, 2019
UPDATE (9:01 AM)-
Pitt men's soccer team went the distance in a battle at Syracuse, earning a 1-1 draw on Friday night in upstate New York. The Panthers are now 1-1-1 in ACC play. https://t.co/EsiIEhIQOV pic.twitter.com/KK6c8D80cM
— Pittsburgh Soccer Now (@pghsoccernow) September 28, 2019
UPDATE (8:56 AM)-
Pittsburgh Central Catholic's Elliot Donald, a heavily recruited junior, reveals his Pitt gloves as he motions after stoppage against Pine-Richland on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019, at Carnegie Mellon University. Central Catholic beat Pine-Richland, 29-7. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette) pic.twitter.com/qLBfP6tqwa
— Steph Chambers (@StephChambers76) September 28, 2019
Final from Penn-Trafford. PT 47. Plum 17. John Ruane is now the winningest coach in Penn-Trafford History @WPAFootball pic.twitter.com/TdSWKmzzE0
— John Robbins (@Broadcaster_20) September 28, 2019
UPDATE (8:48 AM)-
An emotional Clay Rosensteel and head coach Darwin Manges after @RinggoldRams kick to win 16-13 over Beaver (721 days since last W)
Clay kicks wearing #86 to honor his sister Kaitlyn “Moe” who wore #86 in club soccer. She was struck by lightning & killed after graduating in June pic.twitter.com/2RNmP32Sxt
— Ashley Chase (@AshleyChaseTV) September 28, 2019
UPDATE (8:43 AM)-
**Last night, Tim Salem and Pitt extended an offer to 2021 safety Dakota Mitchell from Winter Park, Florida. Mitchell (5’11”, 170) also holds offers from West Virginia, Illinois and Florida.
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**Kickoff TD return by Pitt 2020 commit Solomon Deshields.
— solomon deshields (@acelordd) September 28, 2019